Many people are discussing Spencer J. Quinn’s review of Solzhenitsyn’s second non-fiction book, Two Hundred Years Together that I was talking about yesterday: a review originally published on Counter-Currents in various instalments.
The truth is that both Solzhenitsyn and Quinn make so many concessions to Christian morality that neither was able to see the truth: only Hitler would have destroyed Stalin’s willing executioners—and I’m tempted to add triple parentheses on those words—if the US and the UK hadn’t intervened.
From the point of view of this site, the two non-fiction books by the Russian author, The Gulag Archipelago and Two Hundred Years Together can serve as the first baby steps to cross the psychological Rubicon. But neither Solzhenitsyn nor Quinn nor the commenters of The Unz Review or Counter-Currents have crossed it. Only those who have already transvalued their values have crossed it.
What helps to finish crossing it are the texts that I collected in the Daybreak Press books. If I finish my series on Game of Thrones perhaps I will include it in my next anti-feminist book, which will supplement what was said in those books.
In short, if you have dealings with normies, do mention those two books by the famous Russian author. But if you already have dealings with white nationalists, it is best to point out the books that I have edited, so that they can go straight ahead to the other side of the river.